Everything You Need to Know Before Applying to Misamis University

by Jonnie Anne Ngo   |  Dec 9, 2022
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Misamis University is a private, non-profit institution in Ozamis City, Misamis Occidental. Offering basic education to graduate studies, the university received recognition for its quality education standards in the Health Sciences courses. They aim to produce competitive students anchored to their core values of honesty, integrity, loyalty, and excellence. 

The university is also known for its value in community service. They have various projects for the country’s development and partnerships with different organizations, such as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), to contribute to our forestation and the environmental community. 

Are you planning to become part of a well-rounded community? Here’s everything you need to know before applying to Misamis University:

History of Misamis University

The first private high school in this nation's region was established in June 1929 when Dr. Hilarion T. Feliciano and his wife, Doa Maria Mercado Feliciano, founded Kolambugan Academy in Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte. The school's location moved to Misamis–now called Ozamiz City—after two years to serve a larger population better. The institution then became known as Misamis Institute.

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During the Second World War, school operations got suspended. The school reopened in 1946 when the government recognized the full range of Elementary and Secondary academic programs. In 1953, the founders started an expansion program in law, commerce, liberal arts, and education, which all received full government recognition. In 1955, the school changed its name to Misamis Colleges.

Dr. Hilarion T. Feliciano obtained Mindanao Academy in Oroquieta City in 1967 and ran it as a branch of Misamis Colleges, driven by his commitment to offering high-quality education to the people of Misamis Occidental. In 1982, the institution changed its name to Misamis University, Oroquieta Unit.

The university has consistently addressed the difficulties of providing high-quality education in various specialized subjects. Thus, the university was granted a Deregulated Status by CHED. Within the same year, the institution got the recognition of an Autonomous Status.

Top Courses Misamis University is Known For

Misamis University received several awards for having the most accredited programs in the Centers of Development for Teacher Education, Criminology, and Information Technology programs. However, in correlation with the school’s history with its specialization in medical training, the school is well-known for its courses in Health Sciences, such as undergraduate degrees in Medical Technology, Radiologic Technology, Nursing, and Midwifery. 

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How to Apply to Misamis University

To guide you with your application, here are the requirements you must submit for admission:

For incoming first-year students:

  • High School Report Card (Form 138)
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate (NSO)
  • Certificate of good moral character from the high school principal/guidance counselor.
  • Two copies of 2x2 ID photo

For transferee students:

  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate (NSO)
  • Two copies of 2x2 ID Photo
  • Certificate of Transfer from school last attended
  • Certificate of good moral character from the previous school attended
  • An informative copy of the transcript of records should include the descriptive title of the subjects taken and passed, the number of units, and the grades earned.
  • Other departmental requirements.

For incoming first-year and transfer students, specific requirements might be complied with depending on a particular course and the admission requirements above. Please see your College Admission Officer.

For Aliens, Naturalized Filipinos, and International Students:

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